Re: libc6 bug or stupid programmer
> Yes, "test" may be a constant string (in the code segment or read only
> data segment). strtok requires that the string be non const. So what might
> be happening is that it is attempting to write to the string and faulting.
> Doubt that is your prob, but still ;>
That seems likely - strtok overwrites portions of the string. Thanks!
see shy jo
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